South Bank is a beautiful riverside neighbourhood in the heart of central London. Leading tourist attractions in the area include the world-famous London Eye, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, Southbank Centre, National Theatre, Hayward Gallery, the British Film Institute (BFI) and The London Dungeon.
South Bank’s step-free riverside promenade stretches all the way from Lambeth Bridge and the National Covid Memorial Wall, past the historic County Hall, the modernist Southbank Centre and National Theatre and the beautiful Art Deco Oxo Tower to Blackfriars Bridge.
Along the way there are plenty of inviting restaurants and bars to stop at and delightful green spaces to enjoy including Jubilee Gardens, Ernie’s Beach and the Queen Elizabeth Hall rooftop, as well as some of the best riverside viewpoints from which to take a picture with Big Ben, the London Eye or St Paul’s Cathedral.
The area boasts several major hotels including the London Marriott Hotel County Hall, Sea Containers London, Premier Inn County Hall, Bankside Hotel, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge and Park Plaza County Hall.
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